Gadgets Recycle

Be Creative, Turn Your Electronic Garbage to Robotic Figures

All of us think that when our electronic gadgets malfunctioned, we can do nothing on its parts but throw it all away. That is what Ann P. Smith is trying to prove. By making little robotic like figurines made of broken electronic and machine parts, Ann was able to show us that, even broken parts and pieces have their own value. Because of her creations, Ann was featured in various magazines from around the world. A graduate from Rhode Island School of Design, Ann P. Smith was able to express her creativity and style and at the same time being earth friendly using recycled materials.

robot owl from electronic gadgets


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1 thought on “Be Creative, Turn Your Electronic Garbage to Robotic Figures”

  1. By making little robotic like figurines made of broken electronic and machine parts, Ann was able to show us that, even broken parts and pieces have their own value.

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